The Frederick W. Job (pronounced Joe-buh) residence at 4575 South Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago was built in 1897 by Pond & Pond Architects. Mr. Job was an Attorney and Secretary of the Chicago Employer's Association and the Chairman of Arbitration for the State of Illinois. His office was in the Marquette Building at 56 West Adams Street, Chicago.
|Frederick W. Job residence at 4575 South Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago|
From the July-December 1902 book; "The World To-Day" which was a monthly record of human progress.
|Frederick W. Job|
Compiled by Dr. Neil Gale, Ph.D.